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April 8, 2011
Around the Rotunda: The angry bird gets a license plate

Lincoln Journal Star, April 8, 2011
But Creighton University in Omaha beat them to the punch as the first to sign up the 500 needed participants to display specialty plates.
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University Launches Online Graduate Certificate in negotiation and Dispute Resolution

US News & World Report, April 7, 2011
Those who wish to earn credentials in this field may do so at Creighton University.
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Study Shows Increased Risk of Baby Dying if Mom Is Obese in Early Pregnancy

Web MD, April 7, 2011
Creighton University School of Medicine assistant professor of medicine Aimin Chen, MD, PhD, says it is increasingly clear that obese women have an increased risk for poorer pregnancy outcomes, even if they don?t develop the complications most commonly associated with obesity.
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Taking a stand, building life skills

Omaha World-Herald, April 8, 2011
In Omaha, the effort is being led by Mayor Jim Suttle?s office, with help from Creighton University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Midlands Mentoring Partnership and Building Bright Futures.
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New Substance Abuse/Addiction Teaching Resources Available From NIDA

Anesthesiology News, April 2011
The new teaching tools include a methamphetamine lecture and a design for a clinical interclerkship for third-year medical students, developed by Creighton University, that introduces medical students to methamphetamine abuse and dependence, including its mechanism of action, short- and long-term effects and treatment.
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Bluejays to host Chinese pro team

Omaha World-Herald, April 7, 2011
Creighton will host a spring scrimmage against the top professional team from China Friday, April 22, at D.J. Sokol Arena at 5:30 p.m.
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Blach, CU face 'challenging' opener

Omaha World-Herald, April 7, 2011
With Creighton set to open its Missouri Valley baseball schedule this weekend, Ty Blach understands the responsibility that comes with getting the ball for a Friday league start.
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